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Filmmaker to bring installation to former BBC HQ

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Television Centre, the BBC’s former headquarters in White City, will host its first public event since closing in 2012

Stanhope, the developer behind Television Centre’s transformation into a mixed-use development, will welcome Artangel to the former drama block later this month to unveil a new cinematic work by artist and filmmaker Ben Rivers.’

Created by British artist and filmmaker Ben Rivers, ‘The Two Eyes are Not Brothers’ is a contextual installation showing film sequences shot on location in Morocco’s deserts and mountains projected into a series of interiors and structures made from redundant film sets.

Managing director of Television Centre Alistair Shaw said: ‘It is fitting that our first public event at Television Centre will animate a space that for many years was used by the BBC to create scenery and props for some of Britain’s favourite TV Programmes.’

The Two Eyes are Not Brothers will run from 26 June to 31 August.

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